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to college in oklahoma where she caught the eye of randy parker. >> she had a way about her, the way highway is carried herself, the way she talked, the way she laughed. there was something really special about her. >> he had a balance in his life. he was good for me. he -- he gave me confidence. he added to my life. it just worked. >> they married in 19828 and within four years had two little girls. bobbi of a teacher and randy worked in corrections. at one point they worked in the same prison. randy in administration and bobbi teaching inmates with special needs. >> beginning of the day we walked in together. at the end of the day we walked out together. >> bobbi of nam-- bobbi was nam teacher of the year and randy moved up quickly. he was named deputy warden at the oklahoma state reformatory. in a tiny town called granite. bobbi and randy lived on prison grounds, just outside the wall. what was life like in granite? >> it slowed down for me and my family a little bit. but it was -- it was good. >> if there wasn't much happening in granite, inside the prison it was the opposite. there was
sousa. >> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 10:00 on the east coast, 7:00 a.m. on the west. as you grab breakfast or brunch, we begin with the one story that impacts all of us, food prices, up by a whopping 10%. that's according to a new report from the world bank. the cost of corn and soybeans alone spiked by 25%, now at an all-time high. the drought here in the u.s. partially to blame. while the gulf coast grapples with loss and damage from isaac, right now the storm is moving through the midwest, and with it, rain and relief for a part of the country in the middle of the worst drought in decades. we're talking several inches of rain from isaac for some parts of the midwest, and farmers are desperate. but it may be too late or not enough for some. our national correspondent susan candiotti is in farmington, missouri, this morning. susan, good morning. you've been talking with farmers about their crops and their situation there. we certainly have been reporting for months now that this drought is the worst in decades. but give us an idea how bad the situation is where you are. >>
everyone. i'm randi kaye. here are some of the stories we are watching now. isaac is now weaker but dumping a lot of rain. ? a strange twist, it's what the midwest needs. as we speak, isaac is moving through the u.s. crippled by drought this summer. not before leaving hundreds of thousands in the dark along the gulf coast and killing at least four people. the scene, certainly one of heart break. mitt romney may have beat him to the scene, but president obama heads to louisiana monday to see the damage for himself. >>> louisiana was one of the stops for romney as he tries to build on the momentum from the republican convention. jim acosta has more. >> reporter: randi, instead of visiting three battleground states, romney made a surprise visit to new orleans to see the storm damage after tropical storm isaac. in this two month sprint to the finish, there will be twists and turns along the way. >> mitt romney! >> reporter: just before take off from florida, romney picked up where he left off returning to a sales pitch to independent voters who chose the president four years ago. >> he laid out
's a live big first, husband vs wife in battle of the bulge. rebecca and randy huton are determined to turn their lives around. we both want to be in shape. especially if we want to see our son grow up. randy's dad died at 47. the houtons are in desperate need of guidance and tough love ali style. you eat all of that. you've been binging because i'm coming. (gasp) thecompetition is on. randy is already working on his burn. do it as big as you can. but there is trouble at the gym. how are we feeling? today we had how are we feeling? today we had the unexpected. ♪ randy and rebecca huton have been married for more than 20 years they've always been there to support each other no matter what the circumstances, but now they're ready for a little friendly competition. it's a live big first, husband vs wife in our weight loss challenge. rebecca and randy met and fell in love as teenagers. they were both in high school at the time and active in school sports. they married in their twenties then started a family. over the years randy and rebecca watched their weight creep higher and higher. now tw
>>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 8:00 on the east coast, 5:00 a.m. out west. thanks for waking up with us. we start the hour with isaac, the storm that continues to drench the gulf coast. so far the storm is being blamed for four deaths in louisiana and mississippi. one couple was found in this house in their flooded kitchen. the heavy rains have also caused massive flooding and it is not done yet. more rain could push levees past their breaking point for keeping an eye on that. isaac has had a lot to do with rising gas prices. right now the national average is $3.83 for a gallon of regular unleaded. that's up $0.08 in the last week. some stations in the south have seen a 20% bump in the last week. a lot is because of closures of oil rigs and refineries in the path of isaac. >>> to politics, the democratic convention in charlotte, north carolina. it starts tuesday with jimmy carter and michelle obama on the list of first day speakers. we'll have more from charlotte coming up in just a couple of minutes. >>> people are still talking about clint eastwood's spee
. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye and it 18:8:00 o the east coast and 5:00 a.m. out west. thank you for starting your morning with us. the army corps of engineers is trying to keep a dam from failing and flooding hundreds of home. it is near the pearl river and st. tammany parish. water is about to overtop the banks of the river, and that could flood 35 subdivisions. homeland secretary janet napolitano will be in the gulf coast region today and talk to the officials in louisiana about the disaster recovery and president obama heads to louisiana tomorrow. the chief of staff from i.c.e. has resigned. suzanne barr says she has created a culture of sexual discrimination gaiagainst men. it follows a suit against the partment of homeland security. james hayesays he was crossed over for promotion s in favor o less qualified women. >>> the nfl will start the new season this week with the replacement refs on the field, and the nfl locked out the regular refs over dispute of salaries and pensions, and we will talk with former nfl star tiki barber about this coming up in a few minutes. >>>
for the death of the u.s. border agent. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 10:00 on the east coast, 7:00 a.m. on the west. we begin with president obama urging voters to stick with him in november as he hits the campaign trail in the battleground statement of flor this morning, but a very disappointing jobs report in the heat of the summer may cool off his message. even the president says the jobs growth is not good enough. employers hit the brakes on hiring in august. the economy added only 96,000 jobs, well below expectations, while unemployment fell to 8.1%. that's largely because many people have simply quit looking for work. but the president did try to put a positive spin on things. >> after losing 800,000 jobs a month when i took office, businesses added jobs for the 30th month in a row. we've added more than 4.6 million jobs. but we know that that's not good enough. we can do better. we need to create jobs even faster. we need to fill the hole left by this recession. we need to come out of this crisis stronger than when we went in. >> the dismal jobs numbers are givi
, september 16th. good morning, everyone. so glad you're with us. i'm randi kaye. we start in afghanistan this morning where four coalition groups were killed early this morning by men who were believed to be afghan police. officials aren't saying exactly where. it's the second such attack in less than 24 hours. on saturday two were killed in helmand province. remember, helmand province is where attackers dressed as u.s. army soldiers, stormed a joint u.s./british base late friday night. two u.s. marines were killed in that attack. >>> joining me now to talk about the latest is anna coren. an narks what can you tell us today about the coalition troops. >> reporter: details are few and far between but as you say four coalition troops were killed. a believe turned on the troops. as you say, this is the second attack in 24 hours. the other one happening yesterday, also in southern afghanistan. you mentioned this is the taliban hotland, helmand province in particular but the taliban are extremelyive in the south of the country. they now really have spread out across the whole region, across a
maximum. it's all about absorption. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. >> i'm victor blackwell. it's saturday, september 15th, good to have you with us. >>> the man behind the anti-muslim film that sparked protests in the middle east was escorted from his home. that is him bundled in a coat. he left voluntarily, but didn't speak to reporters as he left his house. this all happened just a few hours ago. he was supposed to have only limited access to the internet, of course, the trailer for his movie was found on youtube. we'll let you know as soon as we get more on this development. >>> we have seen anti-american protests in more than a dozen countries so far. this morning we saw protests pop up in sydney, australia. turned violent with protesters clashing with police near the consulate. especially trained u.s. marines were sent to help beef up security. in benghazi, four americans were killed in the first few hours of the protests there. their bodies were returned to the u.s. on friday. cnn's senior international correspondent arwa damon visited the ruins of the destroyed consu
not fairity? randy newman has written a song while praising mitt romney's views on praising the -- on praising the economy. it is about republicans being racist. the title is i am dreaming of a white president and features lyrics like, quote, he won't be the brightest perhaps, but he will be the whitest, and i will vote for that. listen sout prejudice, fellow -- listen without prejudice without without. >> ♪ i am dreaming of a white president ♪ ♪ just like the ones we always hate ♪ ♪ realize a white man ♪ knows the score smote. ♪ -- ♪ how to have no money ♪ or start a war ♪ won't even have to tell me what we are fighting for ♪ >> it is like the huffington post with the piano. he said, quote, it is delicate enough i won't defend people, but wanted to get it right. >> do we have a video? blah, blah, blah. look at the video. >> a bad dream. kennedy, do you think people who plan on voting for romney are doing so because they are secret klansmen? or overt klansmen. >> i think randy newman is insane. i think there is real racism, or he needs a therapeutic setting to work out hi
'll tell you exactly what he was planning. good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it's 7:00 a.m. on the east coast and 4:00 a.m. on the west coast. we start with four men who were killed by men believed to be afghan police. it happened in southern afghanistan though officials aren't saying exactly where. joining me on the latest attack is anna coren. she's in kabul, afghanistan. an anna, good morning. what can you tell us about the attacks. >> the latest happened the morning, four coalition troops gunned down by an afghan police officer. we believe he was working with the coalition forces. this has been a trend now for some time. it's taken the number of deaths to 51 so far this year. these green-on-blue attacks. afghan soldiers turning on their coalition partners who are fundamentally training them so that they can take over control, take over security of their country come the final exist in 2014. to put that into context, 51 deaths so far this year and we're only in the middle of september. last year was 35. back in 2007, 2008, there were a total of only four coalition deat
'm randi kaye. glad you're with us. with the conventions behind them, the two presidential contenders are pounding the pavement in two critical swing states. we'll take you live to virginia and florida, where president obama is to speak just moments from now. will they or won't they? teachers threatening to walk out of chicago public schools monday are back at the bargaining table. the goal, to avoid a strike that would keep hundreds of thousands of students out of school and possibly on the street. >>> and a child with down syndrome kicked off a plane after being deemed a safety hazard. now we will hear straight from his father about how it all went down. >>> but first, the battle for the white house is heating up today in two key battleground states, virginia and florida. mitt romney is holding two events in virginia and president obama is courting votes in the sunshine state. both candidates fighting to win over undecided voters, and they have only 59 days left to do it. we start in florida, where president obama is speaking this hour in st. petersburg. our chief white house corres
>>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "cnn saturday morning." i'm randi kaye. >> i'm victor blackwell. 8:00 on the east coast, 5:00 out west. thanks for starting your day with us. let's get you up to speed on some of the stories we're working on this morning. >>> first mexican police have arrested a suspect in the killing of a u.s. border agent that blew the lid off the botched gun smuggling scheme known as fast and furious. he was taken into custody about 60 miles south of the arizona border. he's the second person arrested in the case. three other suspects are still at large. the pentagon wants answers about the bombshell tell-all "no easy day" recounts the killing of osama bin laden. the head of u.s. operations contacted members of the covert team to find out if the book's version of bin laden's death is accurate. in no easy day, the author writes bin laden had been shot already and was lying on the floor of his room when the s.e.a.l.s entered. he says they shot bin laden again and that's when they killed him. the pentagon says that's wrong. they said bin laden was standi
starts right now. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. >> i'm victor blackwell. 8:00 on the east coast, 5:00 out west. thanks for starting your day with us. and we start with new images from overnight. the man believed to be behind the anti-islam film that sparked protest in the middle east was escorted from his home by police. this is nakoula basseley nakoula. as part of an earlier bank fraud conviction he was supposed to have limited access to the internet and of course the trailer to his film was found on youtube. >> and specially trained marines have been sent to beef up security in yemen, seer why and sudan. american allies and embassies have been targeted by protesters. those protests haven't only been in the middle east. this one took place in australia overnight. protesters there clashed with police near the u.s. consulate. we'll take you live to cairo in just a minute or so for more on the massive protests that have been going on there. >> the worst of these protests was in libya. four americans were killed. their bodies were returned to the u.s. friday. christopher stev
west. i'm randi kaye. >> and i'm victor blackwell. thanks for starting your day with us, and we begin this hour with new details on that consulate attack in libya. it left four americans, including the u.s. ambassador to america, chris stevens, dead. sources tell us the consulate was doused with diesel fuel killing ambassador stevens, and i.t. specialist sean smith with toxic smoke. learning about how two other men, former navy s.e.a.l.s tyron woods and glen doherty were killed. they were part of security in an annex when they contributed. fran townsend explains. >> reporter: they get a phone call that their colleagues at the consulate are taking fire and they need help. they leave the security of the annex and run into the direction of the fire fight. they are round up all the staff includes americans, foreign services, and it included regrettably at that time the body of sean smith. can't find the ambassador. they must evacuate and they take all these other people to a much smaller annex and secure them and they figure they are not taking fire there. >> some libyans are denouncing t
advisor to the college board. randi weingarter, i want to start with you. when you look at the chicago strike -- and i know you're out there now in chicago -- what are the one or two more most important issues that you find resonating at the national level that affect teachers everywhere. >> it's really about saving the heart and soul of public education for all kids who need public education. and when you're on the streets talking to teachers, they are determined to have the tools they need to help kids and for kids to have the resources they need to succeed. and what struck me -- no pun intended -- was how resolute teachers are and para-professionals are about "this is a fight to ensure their kids, their communities, have what they need." i'm seeing that across the country with the need to increase standards so that we're doing much more project-based learning and deep and richer learning, something that i know roy has been advocating. but yet at the same time poverty increasing and the cuts in schools almost making it incredibly hard for us to do our jobs. and then being blamed when
, this is "cnn saturday morning." good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. glad you're with us. mitt romney riding the momentum of the republican national convention in cincinnati, ohio, today for what his team is calling a victory rally. we are expecting to hear from the presidential candidate any moment now. you can see the rally getting under way already there. >>> while the gulf coast comes to grips with loss and damage from isaac, right now the storm is moving through the midwest. a vicious case of classrm bullying is caught on tape, but what's worse, a teacher accused of taking part and joining in. >>> and first to politics. we are waiting to hear from republican presidential nominee mitt romney any moment now. he's campaigning at what we've already told you he calls a victory rally in cincinnati. later today, he'll join running mate paul ryan at a rally in jacksonville, florida. romney is hoping to build on the momentum from the republican convention, which tried to project him as more likable to women, young voters and the middle class. >>> we turn now first, though, to isaac, the storm th
you, randi, this state is so important. it's why we brought the cnn express bus here. we are at the military aviation museum. we are outside of it because the gates are locked. maybe next hour we'll be there. he's going to richmond later for a nascar race. you will see both of these guys crisscrossing virginia. barack obama was the first democrat to win in virginia since 1964. >> you are full of great information. both men zeroed in. will we hear more of those themes as they head toward the finish line? >> yeah. we heard from the president using the same theme yestday as during the convention on thursday night. for the republicans, their only idea, the only thing they think can help is tax cuts, tax cuts, tax cuts. romney is using the lines he used in tampa. take a listen. >> i expected him to report, to come to the american people and say when i ran four years ago, here are the promises i made. describe why it was or was not that he wasn't able to carry on his promsz. he didn't talk about that. it was a whole new series of promises. he didn't deliver on the last ones, wh
saturday morning," which starts right now. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. 7:00 on the east coast, 4:00 a.m. on the west. we begin with the one story that impacts all of us. food prices up by 10% according to a new report from the world bank. the cost of corn and soybeans spiked by 25%. now, at an all time high. the drought here in the u.s., partially to blame. the gulf coast grapples with loss and damage from isaac. right now, it's moving through the midwest. with it rain and relief for a part of the country in the middle of the worst drought in decades. we are talking several inches of rain from isaac. farmers are desperate for it. it may be too late. it may not be enough. here is susan candiotti with a reality now in the fields. >> reporter: with corn stalks crunching under his feet, richard goes to harvest. thanks to the summer's drought, the field corn is fried to a crisp. in blistering 90 degree heat, not much else to do but climb into the combine and mow down the stalks. >> you put a lot of money and time and effort into it. then you see no return. it's a hard thing t
just like the ones we always had ♪ >> bill: has singer randy newman lost his mind? two white guys, gutfeld and mcgirk will have some thoughts. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. are american voters in a fog? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. a new fox news poll contains surprising data from the key swing states of florida, ohio and virginia. voter there's apparently believe the economic policies of barack obama have helped more than hurt the economy. that is simply stunning. unemployment remains above 8%. wages down big. national debt $16 trillion. and the annual deficit is now well over $1 trillion a year. and likely voters think president obama's economic policies are helping? again, inexplicable. i had a conversation with laura ingram where i had speculation why this might be happening which i don't like to do. millions of us addicted to texting, entertainment websites, gaming, blocking out the world whenever we want to. it is now possible to live in an altern
turned to randy. his debut went well. he gave up just one run. matt has a four-game history against the yankees. he did it again. the second to-home run game of the series. more importantly, 5-3. nick, a two-run single. 8-3 was the final perio. randy wolf got the win. welcome to the club. >> in september in a playoff hunt, that is what makes baseball so much fun. i knew my role was going to be different here. i told them i would be ready for anything and do what i can help out. >> let's check the standings in the east. the orioles move within two games of the yankees. in the wild card, a winning streak for the a's. they are winning today. birds head to toronto for three with the jays. it is the second year for the grand prix in town. they put on a good show this afternoon. the rain held off enough to get it off without problems. some guys had a problem. lap nine. hunter ray timed the flag. wrigley. -- timed the flag perfectly. conley lost the track. he moves within 17 points for the lead. he is in the finale in two weeks. the ravens have time off. but the front office is busy. he st
. >>> it is sundays, september 9. good morning, everyone, i'm randi kaye. we begin this hour with a huge teacher strike looming in chicago. if they don't get what they want today, there will be no classes tomorrow in the nation's third largest school district. at issue is working conditions, pay, job security, and how to deal with new, longer school days. negotiations resume in about five hours. both sides vowing to prevent a monday strike. if they fail, the school year will come to an immediate halt. some 700 schools and 400,000 students would be affected. the city plans to open 144 sites to provide services for students if a strike does happen. >>> and coming up in about ten minutes, i'll talk with karen lewis. she is the president of the chicago teachers union. we'll talk about where the negotiations stand. >>> now to the race for the white house. and with 58 days until election day, the campaigns are taking different approaches to getting out their message on this sunday. republican nominee mitt romney and his running mate paul ryan will leave the campaign trail and instead turn to the airwa
'm randy kay. it iscle on the east coast. 5:00 a.m. out west. we start in afghanistan. the deaths of four coalition troops. they were gunned down by a member of the afghan police force. it is just the latest in a string of so-called green on blue attacks. joining me now is cnn's anna. she's in kabul, afghanistan this morning. what do we know about this attack exactly, and do we know the nationality of the coalition troops? >> we don't know the nationalities just wret. we don't believe, however that, the u.s. forces were in this particular area where this afghan police officer opened fire on those coalition troops. as you mentioned, four coalition soldiers killed early this morning. there were two killed yesterday. also in southern afghanistan they were both british. this is, as we say, two attacks in two days, and it takes the death toll up to 51, which is quite staggering. la last year it was a total of 35, back in 70,000. it was a total of just four. we really are seeing an uptick. now, the taliban do claim responsibility for each of these attacks. however, u.s. forces say that is not t
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